Greer Community Ministries’ (GCM) board of directors for the 2016-2017 fiscal year includes eight returning and four new members. The next meeting of the board is Friday, Sept. 23, at noon. The public is invited and encouraged to attend this month’s board meeting at the ministry, 738 S. Line St. Ext., Greer.
Wellford is updating a couple of ordinances.
At the regular September 6 meeting, Wellford City Council approved the first reading to amend the sexually oriented business ordinance.
Lowes Home Improvement in Greer is doing its part to give back to the community.
The business will be installing a playground at Greer’s new homeless shelter, Greer STEP (Shelter to Empower People), on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Dance Without Limits in Taylors held an Open House on Saturday, Aug. 27, to celebrate its opening.
The Town of Duncan held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 27, for the opening of Mighty Dollar at 700 E. Main St.
Amazing Threads is now open at its new location, 208 N. Main St. in Greer. The business offers printing and design options for local customers.
With a record number of new council members added this summer, Lyman held a training session Monday night.
At a special Aug. 22 meeting, Jeff Shacker with the Municipal Association joined Lyman Town Council in a conference room for special training.
Duncan makes progress with its expansion of sewer services.
At the regular August 15 meeting, Spartanburg County Council approved the request from the town of Duncan to extend sewer services.
A local resident’s request has sparked a traffic study by the City of Greer.
Lyman Town Council unanimously approved the first reading of an ordinance to annex property located at the corner of Pacific St. and Community St. The property is zoned as GBD-1 (General Business District).
“The owner of the property will be building a commercial building on this property,” said Matthew Bullard, Zoning Administrator.